Books, Sci-Fi, Science and Fantasy

The Long Way To A Small Angry Planet – Review

I finally finished The Long Way to a Small Angry Planet by Becky Chambers today after wanting to read it for couple of years now. I had this book on my TBR for 2018 so I am happy that I was able to tick off an item from my TBR. I met this author in… Continue reading The Long Way To A Small Angry Planet – Review

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Locke and Key Graphic Novel Series

I read the first book in this graphic novel series last year and loved it. I finally got hold of all the books and finished them this month by binge reading them. They are now one of my most favorite graphic novel series of all time. There are totally 6 books, but I got the… Continue reading Locke and Key Graphic Novel Series

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July Reading Wrap Up

July was a month when I was on vacation and hence, I ended up reading 9 books. Most of the books I read were small in size and they were all either bought during my UK trip or bought in India. Let me review them in the order of reading - Three-thousand Stitches by Sudha… Continue reading July Reading Wrap Up

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The Collapsing Empire by John Scalzi

My thoughts on this Hugo Nominated book - Synposis:  "Our universe is ruled by physics and faster than light travel is not possible -- until the discovery of The Flow, an extra-dimensional field we can access at certain points in space-time that transport us to other worlds, around other stars. Humanity flows away from Earth,… Continue reading The Collapsing Empire by John Scalzi

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Scott Pilgrim Graphic Novels

Last month, I finally finished all the Scott Pilgrim graphic novels in the series by Bryan Lee O Malley. I started this series 7 years back when the movie first came out. I read 2 books and then never read the others. I was recently searching for a movie when I noticed Scott Pilgrim movie… Continue reading Scott Pilgrim Graphic Novels

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Doomsday Book – Review

Connie Willis is one of the Grand Masters of science fiction and I always wanted to read her books. She is like a Queen of Time Travel with 4 Hugo winning novels based on Time Travel. I love Time Travel stories so I had to check out her books. The first book in her Oxford… Continue reading Doomsday Book – Review

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Gillian Flynn’s Books

I am finally done reading all books written by Gillian Flynn so I thought I will briefly talk about her books. She has written 3 novels and one short story. All these four belong to psychological thriller genre. Before reading her books, I did not even know that this genre existed. I had read sci-fi… Continue reading Gillian Flynn’s Books

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Brian Selznick’s books

I read "The invention of Hugo Cabret" by Brian Selznick few years back and then at the end of last year, I finished his other two books. His books are a blend of stunning artwork and great storytelling. In all these three books that I read of his, half of the pages have text and… Continue reading Brian Selznick’s books

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Black History Month reads

I was browsing through various sections in my local library when I glanced at a section dedicated to Black History Month (February is celebrated as Black History month). I have not read many history books on Civil Rights movement and I am hardly aware of America's history so I was intrigued enough to pick a… Continue reading Black History Month reads

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Travelogue graphic novels by Guy Delisle

I discovered Guy Delisle in December when I saw one of his books on the library shelf. I had heard about his books earlier too but wasn't so keen on picking one but then I saw a review which made me keep an eye for his books. If you did not know about his books,… Continue reading Travelogue graphic novels by Guy Delisle